Rebecca Blumenstein

Deputy Managing Editor, The New York Times

Rebecca Blumenstein is deputy managing editor of The New York Times, a position she’s held since February 2017, focusing on making sure the Times remains an essential destination for readers interested in business, finance, economics, and technology. Previously, she was deputy editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal. Before that, Blumenstein was Page One editor, appointed in September 2011, and a deputy managing editor and international editor since December 2009. She has also served as managing editor of WSJ.com and as China bureau chief, overseeing the China team that won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting. She was named to the Aspen Institute’s Henry Crown Fellowship in 2009.

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In an industry so central to American culture — and one so publicly rocked by #MeToo — how do women in media move... See more
Populism is most simply defined as support for the concerns of ordinary people, and those who call themselves populists... See more
The last year has seen a clear trend toward a more authoritarian China at home and a more aggressive China overseas. As... See more
When asked about faith in our larger institutions and organizations, citizens globally suggest that CEOs, not... See more
Over the past century, women have made significant strides in achieving leadership positions, but they still have a... See more
Today, there are 104 women serving in the United States Congress, 29 female heads of government or state around the... See more

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